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If you are already active on another Stack and have achieved 200 reputation points there, you will receive a 100-point association bonus upon joining CiviCRM.SE. Thus, you effectively start with a rep of 101, enough to leave comments and have access to the other basic StackExchange functionality like voting, flagging, and posting links. It is assumed that ...


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It isn't considered good practice to force the user to open links in a new tab/window. This is bad for accessibility and can be confusing for people using screen reading or other accessibility software. The user always has the option to open any link in a new tab/window. In most browsers they can either Ctrl-click a link or right click and choose 'Open in ...


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Civi folks didn't come up with this. The rules are the same for all SE sites and for the most part I think they are with good reason. I'm still on the fence about the prohibition on commenting, but I can see the argument for not wanting people to misuse it. The nice thing about being new here is that you won't have noob status for very long. Post one good ...


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I agree with point 1, but you can delete comments after the edit time elapses (no idea for how long, however) As to point 2, you can comment on the question, but you have to have a rep of 50 to do so. This (I assume) is to prevent noobs from over commenting. I'm not there yet, but I could understand why as the community grows and more people can do so...


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